Broadway Producers Matthew Weaver, Scott Prisand, and Joan Grande with Diamond Dog Entertainment have announced the five-time Tony Award-nominated musical Rock of Ages, the 30th Longest Running Show in Broadway history, will play a one-night only, global livestream jamfest Rock of Ages: All-Star Reunion Concert on April 24th, available via PPV on FITE, the streaming platform for global sports and entertainment.
Featuring a supergroup of Rock of Ages stars from across the globe, the Rock of Ages: All-Star Reunion Concert will feature live performances of the greatest hits of the 1980s, blasting worldwide right off the legendary Sunset Strip itself, from the Rock of Ages Hollywood stage at The Bourbon Room, with special surprise performances from New York City.
The PPV purchase on FITE will allow users to stream it live and with unlimited replays for 24 hours.
Rock of Ages had its world premiere in January 2006 at The Vanguard Hollywood nightclub in Los Angeles, where it played a six-week engagement before opening a limited run at The Flamingo in Las Vegas in May 2006. The musical made its New York debut in October 2008 at New World Stages, starring Tony Award Nominee Constantine Maroulis, before transferring to Broadway and opening to widespread critical acclaim at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in April 2009. The musical moved to the Helen Hayes Theatre on March 24th 2011, where it continued its triumphant run for another four years, grossing $129 million and breaking the theatre’s box office record ten times. Most recently, Rock of Ages opened a 10th Anniversary Production at New World Stages in NYC and an immersive, experiential, and acclaimed production at the newly built Bourbon Room called Rock of Ages Hollywood, starring Frankie Grande and the late Tony Award nominee Nick Cordero, who tragically passed away from Covid-19 mere weeks after live productions suspended performances in March 2020 due to the pandemic.